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madame monsieur
dans le cadre de l'appel en cours (cloture 14 mai 2013), du programme CIP TIC
PSP nous avons réçu une proposition de partenariat du département des
fôrets de
Chyptre pour participer à un projet dans le cadre 
Theme 2: Digital Content, Open Data and Creativity
Objective 2.2: Open Data

la personne à contacter est

Mr Constantinos Dimiropoulos
Cyprus Department of Forests - GIS Manager (External Collaborator)
Office Tel: 22 46 29 38 
Mobile : + 357 95 129 179
e-mail: kdimirop@geometron.gr

Cyprus Department of Forests (which is under the Ministry of Agriculture,
Natural Resources and Environment) is one the country’s largest geographic
data
users and producers. It has an extensive geographic database from disparate
sources and technical specifications as output from forest management
projects.
Basic mapping themes include biodiversity, habitats and vegetation types,
burned areas, forest cadastre, infrastructure, land use, biomass, soil and
geology, water bodies, environmental threats etc.

The Department’s core need is to use a geographic information platform that
will facilitate forest officers from various divisions within the
department to
discover and use these geographic datasets in an optimal manner. This is a
real
problem of outermost importance not only for the forest service of Cyprus
itself, but for the private sector as well.

Concerning the department, every single forest management decision requires
optimal use and knowledge of the existing datasets and sometimes the
collection
of new ones. Since every decision is based on input and exchange of
information
from various divisions with different characteristics and needs (in terms of
IT, resources, technical specifications etc.), one needs to speak the same
language with the other and use datasets of established accuracy and fitness
for purpose. This means that a common framework is necessary in terms of
geographic data not only for viewing common base maps, but to explicitly allow
the users to share, analyze, integrate and interpret different datasets into a
common scheme for optimal decision making. 

After testing and calibrating and officially approving the platform by the
Department of Forests, it can be actually deployed for public use under the
department’s coordination. Having the wealth of its digital geographic
information open and available for use from 3rd party users and especially
private companies, NGOs, citizens and other public services will substantially
increase the opportunities to build innovative applications and services based
on these standardized, reliable and - most importantly - accredited geographic
datasets. Some indicative examples include:   
·       Information diffusion from relevant NGOs concerning the biodiversity
evolution of protected plant species, birds and habitats through geoportals. 
·       Fusion platforms for SMEs in the environmental sector providing
services
related to information integration and multicriteria decision making in terms
of infrastructure development withi Natura 2000 sites and other protected
areas
(for example in order to build a photovoltaic station or a tourist facility or
to trade land one needs to know information related to geographic location
such
as the current protection status, land uses, areas of special characteristics,
existing infrastructure, slope, aspect, soil type, altitude, water bodies
presence etc.). 
·       Touristic services through web maps that give an informative
insights to
visitors who perform their own background search and do not follow touristic
agencies (this is a target group of special interest in Cyprus) 
Vous pouvez aussi contacter


Marcia Trillidou - Varzakakou
Scientific Officer
National Research Programmes Unit
CIP ICT PSP National Contact Point
Research Promotion Foundation
P.O. Box 23422, 1683 Nicosia, Cyprus
Tel: +357-22205033, Fax: +357-22205001
trillidou@research.org.cy
Website: www.research.org.cy

Nous rappelons que ce programme CIP TIC PSP est la composante TIC du programme
CIP « Programme Cadre Innovation et Compétitivité », doté de 3 621 M€,
couvrant
la période du 01/01/2007 au 31/12/2013, et qui a pour but de contribuer à la
compétitivité et à la capacité d’innovation de la Communauté.

Le CIP TIC PSP programme ne finance pas des projets de RDT (traités dans le
PCRDT) mais vise à mettre en place des applications pilotes utilisant des TIC
de grande ampleur impliquant la participation des autorités nationales mais il
finance aussi des applications de petites tailles, plus locales et régionales.
Le programme finance aussi de réseaux thématiques (instances de réflexion pour
la préparation de futurs pilotes ou de normes), des études comparatives et des
conférences. Cet appel sera aussi l’occasion pour la Commission européenne de
tester un nouvel instrument : le PPI (Public Procurment for Innovative
solutions). Il est enfin l'occasion, dans la rubrique "open innovation"
d'ouvrir un appel "blanc" (sans thématique définie) pour des applications
innovantes 

L'appel 2013 aborde les thèmes suivant :

· le « cloud » des services publics
· La mobilité intelligente
· La gestion des centres urbains de données (data center) . 
· Les TIC au service de la santé, du "bien vieillir" et de l’inclusion . 
· Contenu numérique, Open data et créativité · Lutte contre la
cybercriminalité
· Open innovation. 

La clôture de l'appel est fixée au 14 mai 2013 

Vous trouverez par ailleurs toutes les informations utiles : programme de
travail, modalité de participation etc... sur le site "ec.europa.eu research
participants portal page call_CIP CT-PSP-2013-7" que vous pouvez joindre en
cliquant sur ce lien http://tinyurl.com/ccdk9yw


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